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I'd guess the prohibition is in place for security reasons and monitoring of traffic

You would think that, wouldn't you? But that's actually not the case.

It is not an issue of "any webservers". It is that the web team supports all instances of Apache and IIS across the enterprise. They don't want the headache of supporting workstation installs, so we cannot install those on workstations. By choosing another lightweight server, the application support team is handed the responsibility of securing and supporting it; therefore, that's the route we're persuing.

It needs to be local because there are people who the Board says need to work on it on notebook PC's while not connected to the network. Because of the type of app it is, that's fine; but I don't want to get stuck developing a new interface when we have one (in a browser) that works fine.

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In reply to Re^2: Lightweight equivalent of Apache/CGI? by radiantmatrix
in thread Lightweight equivalent of Apache/CGI? by radiantmatrix

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